Monthly Archives: November 2016

The impact of information operations on the American Public

Please remember these two quotes, they come in handy in daily life. “There are two ways to be fooled. One is to believe what isn’t true; the other is to refuse to believe what is true.” ― Søren Kierkegaard “People are … Continue reading

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Veterans

Every veteran gives something up to become a veteran. But in doing so they earn something else. What each of them gives up is unique. For some it is limbs or eyes, for others it is relationships with loved ones … Continue reading

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The election aftermath, what to expect from a Republican administration

Donald Trump is a former Democrat, and has never served in Washington D.C. before, so there is a whole set of political connections that he is disconnected from that career politicians normally have going into office. Will the Republican party … Continue reading

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New Magazine for M4/M16

In all the election hype I kind of missed what should have been major news in my world. The M4/M16 family experienced worn receiver cuts due to the exposed steel tip of the M855A1 Enhanced Performance Round in testing. The … Continue reading

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The October Surprise That Wasn’t

Unless Senator Harry Reid has some “explosive” evidence other than the thoroughly debunked email server outlined in Slate, the “breaking story” of DNS information linking Trump to Alfabank is simply another point of evidence that 1) reporters and editors don’t … Continue reading

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